The chiropractors at Staines Chiropractic have trained at the internationally recognised Anglo European College of Chiropractic or Welsh Institute of Chiropractic. Following five years of training they gain a “Masters in Chiropractic” (MChiro) followed by a “Doctor of Chiropractic” (DC). All chiropractors are registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and our chiropractors are also members of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA).
MChiro, DC, PGCert, ICCSP, CCEP
Nick is the founder of Staines Chiropractic Health Centre and splits his time between his other clinic in New Malden.
He is a certified Sports Chiropractor (ICCSP) as well as a certified Extremity Chiropractor (CCEP). This means he is well placed to treat sports injuries, not just of the spine, but of the whole body. Take a look here to learn more about Nick’s sports experience and sports treatments.
In clinic, Nick enjoys treating a wide range of patients of all ages and activity levels. He uses a range of treatment techniques including joint manipulation, soft tissue release techniques, acupuncture, kinesiotaping and rehabilitation exercises. His aim is to reduce any pain, improve your flexibility and make you robust again.
Petina Solly graduated with a Masters in Chiropractic from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2012. Petina is motivated by helping patients achieve their health and well-being goals. Having received chiropractic care herself throughout her previous desk-based occupation, she understands that no matter what job you do or hobbies you have, your spine health is rarely considered. She aims to educate her patients so that they understand how they can help themselves maintain good musculoskeletal health.
She is an advocate of early functional rehabilitation and uses a variety of treatment methods; diversified adjusting technique, dry needling, kinesio tape, soft tissue massage and trigger point therapy. She also has a special interest in sports, stemming from research she conducted with the Welsh ladies Touch and Rugby Union teams. She has treated sports people and believes that chiropractic can help an athlete or indeed the keen amateur achieve the extra percentage points in terms of sports performance.
Dan graduated with a master’s degree from Anglo-European College of Chiropractic and has worked with Portsmouth Football Club. At the age of thirteen Dan had re-occurring ankle injuries from various sports activities, however after consultation and treatment from his local chiropractor the issue was soon resolved. From that moment he knew he wanted to become a chiropractor to enable him to help people recover from injuries and alleviate their pain.
Dan enjoys engaging with people and treating a wide range of patients. He aims to uncover the root cause of the complaint as early as possible and then tailors the treatment to suit the individual’s needs. This process increases the likelihood of a successful and swift treatment as well as reducing the likelihood of a reoccurrence of the problem.
Lee graduated with a Masters degree from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic. From a young age he participated in many sports, particularly rugby, in which he played at a high standard. It was a rugby related injury which first made Lee seek Chiropractic treatment; immediately impressed with the results, he knew becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic was the career path for him.
Lee enjoys treating a wide range of patients and tailors his care to best suit the individual and achieve optimal results. His experience has shown him that chiropractic care can work particularly well with athletes, not only to reduce pain but to encourage performance and potentially help to prevent future injuries.